There have been a number of Johnny Cash reissue and repackaging efforts since the Man In Black checked out, but sadly, the same can't be said of his talented partner, June Carter Cash, who passed just four months earlier in 2003. That's unfortunate, because June was an important country artist with her own voice, and not enough people know that she was already performing on the Opry stage while Johnny was still a door-to-door salesman. The Columbia-Legacy division of Sony BMG attempts to make amends with this two-disc retrospective, which includes her work with the Carter Family, Mother Maybelle and her sisters, Homer & Jethro, duets with Carl Smith and Johnny Cash as well as her solo work. The track selection could've been better - three versions of Keep On The Sunny Side and no Color Of Love? - but, hey, it's better than no career overview at all.